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's infrastructure this without adding to the nation's debt. >> it's not a bigger government we need but a smarter government that sets priorities and invests in wide growth. >> reporter: president obama says his main priority is growing the economy. in the audience apple ceo kim cook. the president called on congress to revent billions of the dollars in cuts scheduled to take place on march 1st. with jobs, services and the nation on the line, residents turn out to protest. >> it hurt -- hurts me deeply when they have to play politics with the nation's lives. >>> the president announced 34,000 troops will withdraw from afghanistan by this time next year. that puts the u.s. on track to end the war by the end of 2014. reporting live in washington, jaqueline fell, ktvu news. >>> the republicans chose marco rubio. he is considered the new face of the party with latino backgrounds and humble beginnings. >> it isn't bestowed on us from washington it comes from a vibrant free economy where people can risk their own money to open a business. >> reporter: rubio criticized the president's plan for tax inc
that the government was severely handicapped, likely by not having anderson at trial. he was held in contempt armed spent fight -- contempt and he spent quite a bit of time in jail. they were not able to prove the false statements. so they went to the obstruction charge based on evasive, not necessarily untrue statements. >> reporter: how long will we get an answer? how long before bonds knows. >> probably six months. hard to say. it will be measured in months rather than weeks. >> reporter: william keen, thank you for joining us. taking us through what we can expect today. not a very long hearing. ten-year journey getting us here but months until we'll get an answer. live here in san francisco, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an east bay mischief that topped 100 miles an -- police chief that topped 100 miles an hour. what prompted the chase and the suspicious item police found on the driver. >>> together we've cleared the stay the crisis. we can say with renewed confidence that the state of our union is stronger. >> reaction from a local congress member to the state of the union address co
a simple vote. >> the republican response, senator rubio of florida said more government will not help. >> more government does not help you get ahead. it will hold you back. more government isn't going to create more opportunity. it will limit them. more government isn't going toibl expire new ideas, new businesses, and new private sector jobs. >> speaker boehner says immigration reform is the only item on the president's agenda that actually has a chance of passing this year. >> six of the nine supreme court justices attended the "state of the union" address. those that did not included scalia and he is explaining why. he says he hasn't attended a "state of the union" address in 16 years but it is a childish spectacle and says he does not wand to lend dignity to a political event filled with applause lines. the supreme court justice calls the "state of the union" address a "rather silly affair." stay with abc citizen for continuing coverage of the president's "state of the union" address and george stephanopolis will have reaction on "good morning america" at 6:00. >> he speaks his m
%. those that did said they're following the law. economists estimate the federal government loses $90 billion a year enough to fund california public schools and universities more than two years. or cover 206 days of military operations in afghanistan and iraq. this isn't the first time multi national companies have been the target of criticism for sheltering money oversea autos bottom line of our investigation is that some use our current tax system to engage in gimmicks to avoid paying taxes they ow ee. they take a look at how companies have become so efficient at avoiding taxes. hewlett-packard and microsoft testified they're among companies operated legally. >> they're properly legal tax avoidance. >> senator says congress is to blame creating a patch work of tax laws. >> they spend a lot of money with accountants to take advantage of every loophole that we have created. >> and they will continue to do so. there have been no changes in the law so far. many firms will benefit from a two year extension in a fiscal cliff deal that will cost the government more than $1.4 billion. >> h
away from the threat of massive government spending cuts and congress guess what? they're taking next week off. they're also leaving the fate of defense nominee chuck hagel hanging in the balance. nancy cordes is on capitol hill not taking a vacation. nancy good morning. >> reporter: good morning. ironically the next defense secretary will have to deal with the steep cuts. the senate left last night, the house departs at 9:00 a.m. pacific without making any bipartisan effort to prevent them. the hallways of congress cleared out quickly last night. members in a rush to get home even as the sequester deadline approaches. >> how can we leave for recess when we're so close to a sequester and we're so close to what could possibly be a shut down of government. >> reporter: the sequester is a set of $1.2 trillion in spending cuts, spread out over ten years that will start to kick in march 1st. both sides say the cuts are arbitrary, damaging and bound to kill jobs. but instead of negotiating to replace the cuts they are blaming each other for the impasse impasse. >> it's tim
to laws, get to work. >> the american people don't expect government to solve every problem. but they do expect us to put the nation's interests before parties. >> reporter: the hour long speeched focused mainly on domestic and economic issues and on the need for a divided congress to compromise. he said, political brinksmanship, threats of government shutdown and unilateral spending cuts hurt the country. >> let's agree right here right now to keep the people's government open and pay our bills on time and always uphold the full faith and credit of the united states of america. >> reporter: the president drew strong applause when he announced that 34,000 troops would be home from afghanistan by this time next year half the u.s. force there. he also got a standing ovation when he talked about gun laws. the president said bills on background checks and large magazines are being discussed and that lawmakers owe it to victims of gun violence to bring them to the floor. >> they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of ne
it's unclear which government agency would be in charge. >> just before noon today an asteroid the size of a football field whizzed by planet earth. the biggest space rock ever to come so close to us. jade hernandez live at the science center in oakland to explain why there was never any danger. still a lot of intrigue. >> reporter: astronomers here are fielding questions about this unprecedented asteroid hurling close to earth. experts say it's far enough away to keep us safe and still close enough to spark curiosity. 17,000miles away, asteroid 2012 asteroid raced past. >> it takes things like this for us to see how much is out there. >> reporter: in oakland at the science and space center, astronomer ben burris explained the asteroid would be visible here, but not to the naked eye after the sun goes down. >> it's a reminder that as some have said the earth is orbiting the sun in a cosmic shooting gallery. >> reporter: nasa's video of the 150-foot wide space rock. think of this ball as the asteroid. think of this as earth. this rim represents the stationary at lites. this aste
government and less regulation. and some high-profile guests will be on hand for the state of the union address. they include tim cook, ceo of cupertino-based apple, invited by first lady michelle obama. several house democrats have invited people who have been affected by gun violence. among them, former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords. musician and gun advocate ted nugent will be there a guest of republican congressman steve stockman of texas. kpix 5 will air the president's state of the union address live this evening starting at 6:00 followed by a special edition of kpix 5 news at 7:30. >>> 5:07. how about another check of traffic and weather? are you ready for 70 degrees? >> i'm totally ready. >> me, too. but boy, usually get into april and start talking about that. this year we're getting it going early. but yeah, folks got some patchy fog out there right now. some of that along the coastline. valley fog. other than that good so far. haze in the area, temperatures still chilly inland. 35 degrees in concord. 34 in santa rosa. 46 in sa
of a government audit d. and possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle. and forgery of a government--i d. >> reporter: in an on-going search of basham's home here on humboldt avenue in santa clara the authorities have discovered complete explosive devices, chemicals used to make explosives and various illegal weapons. as to how and why he forged a government >> because of the safety for the public and the media attention for this case. it is sealed. >> reporter: i.d. badge and for what purpose is part of a court file that has now been sealed by the court. in a brief exchange with the judge, basham acknowledged charges against him but showed no emotion as left last about 10 minutes. rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> this beautiful night, with clear skies. temperatures as i mentioned, 60s. san francisco, 63 degrees. clear skies but we will see temperatures cooling off after midnight. as we get closer for the overnight hour, 30's and 10's tomorrow with the '60s and '70s. tomorrow, and sunday, some clouds in the morning but eventually some side. because of those clouds and the strong receive breezes.
but he doesn't even have a budget passed. how can the government even began to make plans without a budget? for years of spending, without a budget, is ridiculous. keith says raise the minimum wage to $9? you raise it up, it trickles down to us, the consumers, with higher prices. it is basic economics. david says i no longer pay attention to what is happening in washington. dollar president commander in chief has plenty of good ideas, he pitches a well except for a he has an able to get anything done. >> 70 4:00 a.m. and president obama is state of the union address lit up the twitter of birds. 1.1 million state of being in related tweets were made between the time obama entered the white house chamber until the end of his speech. the most we did say the unabomber was one obama said the federal federal minimum-wage to be raised to $9 an hour. the board to redeem about that at 24,000 sheets per minute. the second most we did comment came when obama called on congress to vote on controversy of gun control measures. they got people pleading at 23,700 tweets per minute. protesters are
of the 2009 oscar nominated documentary food inc. part of the campaign is to get the federal government to label mechanically tenderized meat. >> and as a consumer i have a right to know what i am putting into my body and what i am putting into my children's body. all i am asking for is for them to label it. i can't imagine that the label is going to cost that much more. >> the debate over labels gained attention this fall when the canadian government recalled millions of pounds of beef products including meat that was mechanically tenderized from xl foods. 18 illnesses were traced back to the plant. two and a half million pounds of xl foods beef was imported to the u.s. and then quickly taken off shelves. >> i myself am a mother and have two small children. i feel confident in the safety of the meat supply in this country. >> meat industry representatives and cal poly professor says there is a risk for contamination in beef that has been needled, but how big a risk is still in question. they want the government to study that issue before moving forward with a label. >> there is certain
nominated documentary food inc. part of the campaign is to get the federal government to label mechanically tenderized meat. >> and as a consumer i have a right to know what i am putting into my body and what i am putting into my children's body. all i am asking for is for them to label it. i can't imagine that the label is going to cost that much more. >> the debate over labels gained attention this fall when the canadian government recalled millions of pounds of beef products including meat that was mechanicallytenderized. 18 illnesses were traced back to the plant. two and a half million pounds of xl foods beef was imported to the u.s. and then quickly taken off shelves. >> i myself am a mother and have two small children. i feel confident in the safety of the meat supply in this country. >> meat industry representatives and cal poly professor says there is a risk for contamination in beef that has been needled, but how big a risk is still in question. they want the government to study that issue before moving forward with a label. >> there is certainly nothing wrong with giving people i
government is ordering a thorough investigation after a deadly stampede in the northern indian state. 38 people are confirmed dead. most were returning from a large hindu festival held once every 12 years and attended by 40 million people. railway officials are blaming the government for not warning them of the mass crowd. jessica? >> thank you, janelle. >>> then candidate barack obama promised to roll back many of the national security programs from the bush administration which he felt stepped on american civil liberties. today a new poll shows voters appear to think president obama is just as bad if not worse than his predecessor when it comes to trading his civil liberties for security. tonight's reality check, sam brock joins us and takes a look at one of president obama's policies warrant that kind of criticism. >>> good evening. there's a perception among some folks that president obama governed far to the left. the truth is when it comes to defending our country, actually far more conservative. i think some of the most controversial elements of president bush's policy, adding som
wednesday. >> and government reports find the nation's airlines are less likely to yolose your suitcase last year than at any other point in the last two decades. there just over three reports of lost, delayed or damaged baggage for every 1000 passengers, the lowest rate since 1988. >> airlines also improve their performance in getting planes to gates on time. >> the last year decided to percent of flights arrive within 15 minutes of the scheduled time. the record is 82% setback in 2002. >> american airlines in u.s. airways will be today to consider a merger. >> reporter say negotiators are considering the makeup of the combined company's board and on exact role for the ceo of american parent amr corp.. >> the companies are trying to finish a deal before friday, when a confidentiality agreement covering some a m r bondholders expires. if the two carriers were to strike a deal, it would create the world's biggest airline by passenger traffic. a m r has been operating under bankruptcy protection since november 2011. >> pope benedict the '60s has made his first public appearance since a shockin
and government agencies can follow. it directs uss defense and intelligence agencies to share classified threat information with american companies. >> president obama hits the road for floor days to rally support for the economic initiatives he presented in the state of the union address. he will be in asheville, north carolina today, and asked congress to pass election allowing homeowners to refinance at current rates. he wants high quality pre-school made available and for congress to take up immigration reform. the biggest applause was challenging congress to vote on gun control. >> it deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. the other communities ripped only by gun violence they deserve a simple vote. >> in the republican response, senator rubio of florida said more government will not help people get ahead. >> speaker boehner says immigration reform is the only item on the president's agenda that has a chance of passing this year. >> now the weather forecast. >> some places fog this morning and mike nicco has the details. >> tracking the fog on the 101 core store in the no
of government spending money to deport people, someone like him would pour more money in the economy. >> dreamers will earn $140 billion and if they are going to earn that money they will spend that much. >> if the dream act doesn't pass even with a math degree, he won't be able to find a good paying job. the they say the dream act would encourage more people to cross the border. >> so that everybody had a thought of wanting to come to the united states is hearing the president and both sides of congress say there will be an amnesty. we want the people come here and work. >> in a recent interview, chancellor said universities like u.c. berkeley will continue to help students like terence. >> these are extraordinarily talented people. in the current era with all the challenges we can't waste this talent. if you want to see the entire video, visit our website at abc7news.com and click on "see it on tv". >> carolyn: if you have been enjoying above average temperatures, too bad, they are gone. >> not everyone enjoys them. we need snow and rain but it's been an extended period of above no
so a reminder, the storm is closed. trading resumes tomorrow. also closed, all federal government offices that will re-open tomorrow and most schools are closed today. the commander in chief, another story coming up later. >> he is spending the three day weekend in florida for golf. the president will travel back to the white house this evening. the first lady and the daughters are not with the president. they are out west for a girls' ski weekend. the white house is getting ready to unveil a new scientific effort to map the human brain. "new york times" reports that the white house will unveil the roth next month, a joint of the by federal agencies, private foundations, and neuroscientists. doctors are hopeful that being the human brain can lead to better understanding of alzheimer's disease and parkinson's disease and others. a meeting took place in pasadena and representatives from mountain view-based google attended. >> venezuela president chavez is back in his home country after returning home to venezuela early this morning after two months of cancer treatment in cuba. he an
. stay with us. abc 7 news at 4:00 continues right after this. >>> a new government sturdy reveals one in five of us have a maift yaik on the credit report and found 20% had an error issued by three major agencies. 5% errors could lead to them paying more for mortgages, or other products. ftc says it emphasizes importance of regularly checking the reports. >> speculation is heating up that apple is working on a smart watch. "new york times" and wall street jurnt are reporting apple is expeer meanting with a device maid with curved glass. smart watches exist, the pebble smart watch connects to your and droid ask serves as a hub to glance at e mails and text message autos another way to look at e mails. >> yes. yeah. >> other businesses are firing back against negative press and teen franchises boosting the bottom line. hi, emily. >> good afternoon. i spoke with tesla's ceo today, blasting "new york times" after the newspaper publish aid review of the model s leading to a drop in the company stock today on wall street. the writer says the model s failed to travel as far as it's supposed
of the of inaugural address from the large government, better government approach. >> some people were critical that the and doctoral speech was a good too partisan and tonight it was a bit more bipartisan? >> it was a bit for bipartisan in tone they do need votes. many people from the sandy hook tragedy were there. and also voting on immigration. they are talking about there was a woman that had folded from miami 102 years old. putting congress on the scene and a the meat needed to put these items >> pam: it to you think that he is going to get those things done, gun-control come immigration? >> i think that he will get some things done, with -- immigration and gun-control. with more possible outcomes as early as by the end of this year >> pam: thank you, michael you can find michael on twitter yaki blog... [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on for two whole year
to real terrorist groups are actually provided by the government. >> reporter: now mr. german says he is not saying that the suspects captured in these sting operations are innocent or even not guilty of serious crimes. but he does say that the crimes they're guilty of are possibly not as serious as the fbi makes them out to be. live in san jose, terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, terry. >>> we have new information tonight about pope benedict's decision to step down and what is ahead of the the 85-year-old pontiff. still no official reason for the pope's sudden retirement, but they do believe his health and age were a concern, citing the fact that he felt he could no longer continue his duties. the vatican, however, says the decision was made about a year ago before a recent surgery. pope benedict's resignation has several bishops around the world wondering if there is a precedent being set allowing future popes to follow suit. the pontiff's future plans include living at a monaçtery inside the vatican. now, tomorrow he'll preside over an ash wednesday mass. a large cr
counts of forgery of a government i did. and... finally two misdemeanor counts of possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle. >> investigator search the property and are identifying and cataloging every substance they can find in and around the house. police report and other documents have been sealed by the court because of the nature of the case. bashham attempted to speak during his court appearance. he was silenced by his attorney and will remain in county jail until thursday. he will have the opportunity to enter a plea. the prosecutor says she will argue for high bail because of the right after this tok public safety. a spokesman says there is no set timetable when their work will be completed. >> part of the process is making the residence safe another part going to be putting the puzzle together. >> the fire department have left the scene however there is a possibility some investigators may continue working throat the weekend. in santa clairea, abc 7 news. >> two men are recovering after being attacked by hatchet wielding robbers during a home invasion. police say three men bro
, expected to emphasize the need for smaller government and less regulations. kpix 5 will air the president's state of the union address live tonight starting at 6 p.m. followed by a special edition of kpix 5 news at 7:30. >>> federal agents think the former l.a. police officer accused of killing three people may be heading to mexico. a newly released security video shows christopher dorner buying scuba equipment. it was taken in torrence two days before the murder of a police captain's daughter and her fiance. an affidavit for an arrest warrant now gives u.s. marshals the power to extradite him. it cites probable cause that he is heading to mexico to avoid prosecution after an asian found his wallet and id car near the san ysidro point of entry. >>> deputies are continuing to search big bear east of los angeles. 30 deputies from san bernardino county are taking part in the manhunt. they say if dorner is in the area, they will find him. they have been searching trails leading into snowy mountainsides looking for any signs of activity. >> i
are forced to take the time off, the governor would have -- government would have to give them 30 days. they will have to wait to see if the lawmakers in washington come up with a sequestration plan. congress is on break until next monday. republicans took a shot at democrats saying the republican- controlled house already took votes and blame democrats in the senate and president obama. >> what the president failed to mention was the sequester was his idea proposed by his administration during the debt- limit negotiations in 2011. >> reporter: meanwhile, democrats say republicans want too many spending cuts in their long-term budget plan. no matter who is to blame, the department of homeland security says they could be in trouble. we could see problems with border patrol and security for starters. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:16. california senator dianne feinstein trying to win support for her assault weapons band by circulating a list of guns that would be exempt. senator feinstein says the purpose of the exempted guns list is to make clear that this
is practicing his strokes in palm city. >>> tomorrow, it is president's day and all government offices, post offices and banks are closed. bart muni will be and holiday schedules. cal train is an on a modified schedule and parking meters. those are still going to be enforced. >> if you get the day off tomorrow. get out and enjoy it. because rosemary, the weather is on the way. >> mineory changes happening today. and tomorrow is the transition day. we will talk about that coming up in a moment. >> waking up with patchy fog out there. >> pulling in and around the bay. you can see it there. what a gorgeous shot. >> rosa is just about a minute or so before 7:00. >> and it will help to clear out the low cloud deck. and i expect improving conditions. >> for the afternoon. we will be sunny once again. >> mid-30s in napa valley. and we are looking at few degrees over what we had yesterday. >> 46 in novato and around the bay. similar to how we woke up yesterday. >> 51 in oakland. and along the peninsula. and looking outside your door. menlo park. and palo alto. chilly and not too bad. it is february.
get through there, i would say the u.s. government needs to hire those two. >> i think you're right. how many do they really deserve after what happened with the lights and now what's next? >> i'm sure there's a lot more that happened that we don't know about. it was crazy down there. a mass of humanity as you can manning. >> thanks, mindi. >>> a series of benefit concerts has raised more than $75,000 fan for brian stow. the money was raised at a concert in napa and another in redwood city last month thanks in large part to the giants third base coach tim flannery who played with his friends. stow has been in the hospital for three week after suffering severe blood cloths. his website said it has been a major setback and he can now only stand for a few seconds at a time. his birthday by the way is next tuesday. his family on the website is hoping to have him back at his rehab facility by then. >>> they had a fund-raiser in sweetwater, mill valley. >> weather? >> the weather looks pretty nice. we'll see the weather inline. low to mid 60s and then 70s the second half of the week. >> t
response, senator rubio of florida said more government will not help people get ahead. >> tax increases and deficit spending you propose will hurt middle class appeals. it will cost them their raises, their benefits, and it may cost them their jobs. >> speaker boehner says immigration reform is the only item on the president's agenda that has a chance of passing. >> facebook c.e.o. duck -- is hosting a fundraising for new jersey governor chris creditty who is seen as a top republican presidential candidate in 2016. san francisco progressiverd angry with christie for cuts millions from women's health services in his state. >> san jose joins san francisco in the fight against proposition 8 same-sex marriage ban. the city council voted in favor of adding them to the challenge of the constitutionality of the proposition saving san jose the expense of drawing up their own brief. there was a no vote from the mayor. the supreme court will review same-sex marriage and you did not see the fog coming in? >> one area of the bay area is having the visibility area. >> the north bay. big surprise, ri
jury investigation about the steroid scandal. the government alleged that bonds was trying to evade questions about steroid use. but today the attorney said is he answered the question directly later and could not be obstructing the investigation. >> he was not charged with the crime of which he is convicted and the crime of which he is n convicted is not crime. >> bonds is seeking to overturn the conviction. the judges did not indicate when they will make their decision. >> still ahead at 5:00, the supplement that could reduce the risk of autism. >> and a piano's glory days are behind it, and it's drawing people for a glorious standoff. >>> the eye in the sky, the county trying to make it easier to watch you. and good afternoon, i'm jeff ra near e, another sunny day for us here on this wednesday. dry conditions on the radar and an increasing pollen forecast. we will have details on who could hit 70 tomorrow. >>> we have developing news in the airline industry tonight, the associated press said that u.s. air ways and american airlines have been cleared to merge. this would create
school at yale. he will not be able to get the affordable government loans he needs unless congress passes the dream act. that is why park is revealing his secret status as an undocumented immigrants. >> maybe it is the right moment to contribute to the movement. i think i did the right thing. i think. >> the video was proposed by the "dream is now" to sway lawmakers when the dream act comes up for vote and is expected the lawmakers will turn to immigration next month. >> a survey ranks the top 20 companies in the nation hiring paid interns right now and two of them are here in the bay area. according to am report, google is the scene top of the less earning $6,400 a month. and microsoft pays interns $7,000 a month, and nordstrom rounds out the top and hinto is number eight earning more than $4,200 a month. >> amazing medical news this morning, patient whose lost their sight may be able to regain some vision using a new imlaboratory average device. the food and drug administration approved the first treatment for inherited disorder that causes the break down of cells in the eye. we
-- next. >>> 7:28. the russian government is mobilizing 20,000 emergency workers to handle victims of the overnight meteor ite -- meteorite strike. it generated a sonic boom. you heard it there. it set off a lot of car alarms and shattered windows. it also left a giant streak the smoke across the sky. this was 900 miles east of moscow when a meteor hits a ground, that's when they become meteorites. most of the injuries resulted from broken glass. a roof of a zinc factory also collapsed. nearly 1,000 people have been hurt. local emergency rooms are overwhelmed. many of the victims suffered cuts on their cases from the shattered glass windows. but several dozen people are hurt more seriously and some of them have checked into hospitals. >>> 7:29. well, later this morning, there will be another separate event up in the skies. an asteroid 150 feet wide is gonna zoom close to earth. lorraine blanco, live at oakland's chabot space and science center. how close will it come to us? >> reporter: within 17,000 miles of earth. i want to tell you that there's a big difference between that mete
counts of forgery of a government i.d. >> reporter: for the third full day, investigators scoured the home looking for evidence linking him to threats against senator yee and more explosives, they had already discovered a handful of useable sdruktive devices that the bomb squad detonated. if convicted of all ten felonies he will be sentenced to more than 12 years in prison. right now, he remains behind bars without bail and he is said to be back in court on february 21st to answer a plea to the charges. reporting live in santa clara. nbc bay area news. >> thank you, if you have been outside, it's a great day. this is a live picture of the east san jose foothills. sunny, beautiful and warm. in fact, a few bay area cities broke records today. jeff ranieri is here to tell us which city was the hottest. >> good afternoon to you guys, not terribly disruptive outside. sunshine being enjoyed. and one of the warmest temperatures was near 80. that is unheard of this time of the year. gilroy topping out at 79, we could hit 80 if we warm up another degree in the next hour. san rafael 76. and
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it appeared in a now we are learning that he may have also forged a government id badge. the motive for that suspected for dree is part of a court file that has now been sealed. bausch come will be back in court next week. straight ahead on kron 4 news weekend we're going to have the weather for you and i looked outside on the golden gate bridge. the morning is starting on nights with not too much traffic. clearing skies. we will be back. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ >> new details in the case of former l.a. police officer christopher dorner. believed responsbile for the murders of four people. autopsy results show. dorner died from a single gunshot police say, it appears to have
the government provide it for free. >> if the fbi believes it can show that senator menendez actually traded favors in return, say, for campaign contributions or that he intentionally falsified federal documents like his financial disclosure forms, thep they could charge him with a crime. those are really high bars to meet. >> reporter: menendez says all of this is just some smear campaign, as we saw in the piece, but the allegations, charlie and norah, already have had an impact. the senator's office acknowledged they already failed to pay melgen for two trips to the dominican republic on a private plane. he's since had to pay $68,500 from his personal found. >>> a new blizzard could threaten the midwest. some areas buried up to 10 inches in snow. meteorologist mike of our station wcco is tracking the storm. >> all eyes on the pacific northwest and a storm offshore that is going to bring pretty good rain to areas from seattle down to portland and san francisco early this week. but then it turns into a potential snow maker for the midwest, a little later in the we
this 80 page response. the government response to the appeal and all the court documents and throughout the morning we will let you know what both sides have to say about this. live in san francisco claudine wong ktvu channel 2 news. >>> this morning president obama is traveling to a factory in ashville, north carolina to rally support for the economic proposals he unvailed in his state of the union address. coming up at 5:15 the one area where president obama says country needs invest immediately to put people back to work. >>> let's check in with sal. two very serious crashes. sal, where are they? >> first one is southbound 101 dave and pam. southbound 101 near caesar chavez. i want to put it on the maps for you. southbound 101 traffic is going to be busy as you leave san francisco. i have been looking at my san francisco camera it's so early we don't have a big backup on 101. it's one of the things if there is any good news at all coming from this it's not happening later in the commute. i want to move the maps over to 680. same thing there. an accident blocking three lanes but since
, everett is distrustful of the government as many of us are. the bomb squad intends to detonate the can devices that they found today. some time tomorrow they will do that home or bring the devices to a different location and use a bomb trailer to detonate those. in the meantime, chp investigators are going to remain out here all night guarding those devices. they say they pose no public safety risk. reporting live from santa clara, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> today santa clara county became part of the bay area to offer cash for unwanted guns. the sheriff, the district attorney and elected leaders outlined their gun buyback program. it'll take march -- it will take place march 2nd at the county fair grounds. the guns will be purchased no questions asked. just like other recent buybacks, santa clara county will pay $100 for each handgun, rifle, or shotgun. $200 for any assault weapons. the recent mass killings only highlight what is an ongoing problem. >> there is a sandy hook every year in santa clara county. there's a sandy hook every year in santa clara county. 36 were kill
creek, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a federal government wants -- the federal government wants to shut down harbor -- >>> a crippled cruise liner finally made it to port tonight. the carnival ship triumph docked about three hours ago in mobile alabama and passengers are disembarking. i imagine they're pretty happy. >> absolutely. you know this ship was inching in through this channel, it took several hours. but when you could final see it. when this passenger could see this dock they absolutely erupted in celebration. so did the people on the ground here on the dock. several of the passengers family members came to greet them and so did carnival's ceo jerry cayhill and he said he was going to get on that boat before anyone left and apologize to those passengers for what happened. >> reporter: cheers erupted at the carnival triumph when it reached port. >> it was an incredible excellent crew. >> reporter: passengers have detailed wretched conditions after a fire knocked out system and left the triumph adrift. >> the smell has accumulated. i mean it's horrid. >> reporter: on sho
in walnut creek, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a federal government wants -- the federal government wants to shut down harbor -- >>> a crippled cruise liner finally made it to port tonight. the carnival ship triumph docked about three hours ago in mobile alabama and passengers are disembarking. i imagine they're pretty happy. >> absolutely. you know this ship was inching in through this channel, it took several hours. but when you could final see it. when this passenger could see this dock they absolutely erupted in celebration. so did the people on the ground here on the dock. several of the passengers family members came to greet them and so did carnival's ceo jerry cayhill and he said he was going to get on that boat before anyone left and apologize to those passengers for what happened. >> reporter: cheers erupted at the carnival triumph when it reached port. >> it was an incredible excellent crew. >> reporter: passengers have detailed wretched conditions after a fire knocked out system and left the triumph adrift. >> the smell has accumulated. i mean it's horrid. >> reporter:
came from a passing meteor. >>> the russian government is sizing up the damage caused by another meteor. it shook central russia, injuring nearly a thousand people. windows blew out and more than 4,000 homes and businesses in one city. russian sciencists say it was the size of a school bus and was traveling at 40,000 miles an hour. it created a blast similar to 300-tons of dynamite. pieces caused craters20 feet wide. damage is estimated to be $33 million. it happened hours before the close call with a large ast era," d. it came with in 17,000 miles of earth. the crowd gathered to catch a look at the space rock. the light shows up in the sky are peaking the public's interest as well as congress. they say they will hold a hearing on so-called killer asteroids to find better ways to identity and address potential dangers. we have posted more of the video from that explosion. look for the video player right there on the front page. >> san francisco police need your help as they search for a man suspected of multiple attacks on women. he is a suspect in two random attacks and they say both
that the deduction is more than what facebook owed in taxes. now the government will be writing a check to facebook for $429 million, and face is still carrying forward another $2 million in additional tax breaks. here are some responses on facebook. : join the conversation on our facebook page. the other big story we are getting a lot of folks weighing in on this morning is the guy who slapped a crying toddler on a flight. we'll have that one in the nix hour. >> reader's digest parent company has filed for bankruptcy for the 2nd time in less than four years. the publisher of the 91-year- old magazine filed for bankruptcy to cut $465 million in debt, and focus on north american operations, as consumers shift from print to electronic media. reader's digest went public in 1990. the company previously filed for bankruptcy protection in august of 2009, citing a drop in advertising spending and the debt load of its acquisition. >>> lg says it has new smartphone with a full high-def screen. it's going to go on sale in south korea this week. the optimas g smartphone features a five and a half inch screen
.s. senator marco rubio out of florida. he is expected to emphasize the need for smaller government and less regulations. some high-profile guests will attend tonight. they include tim cook the ceo of cupertino-based apple invited by first lady michelle obama. several house democrats invited people affected by gun violence, and among them former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords. musician and gun advocate ted nugent will also be there a guest of the republican congressman steve stockman of texas. >>> kpix 5 will air the president's state of the union address live tonight at 6 p.m. it will be followed by a special edition of kpix 5 news at 7:30. >>> new this morning, the vatican is acknowledging that pope benedict had secret surgery three months ago to replace a battery in his pacemaker. he plans to resign at the end of february. the vatican says that decision is not due to any specific illness but an italian news quotes advisors saying after the recent surgery the potpourri flicted on whether he could continue to lead the roman catholic
but still opposes that program. >>> government report confirms corrosion is to blame for a massive fire at that chevron refinery in richmond this past august. government investigators say the company knew the pipe was compromised should have replaced it. chevron says it is now inspecting every pipe for the same kind of corrosion. >>> it's 6:05. let's check weather with meteorologist lawrence karnow at the flower mart this morning. pretty flowers there. >> reporter: you know what? of course there are roses that are popular on this day but if you want something else, how about tulips? those are very popular this time of year and, of course, just as gorgeous. yeah, this is a very busy day at the flower mart. i have to tell you, people keep running in and out with truckloads of flowers out to many of the local stores. so if you hadn't got your flowers, you still have time. >>> lots of sunshine, we are going to see temperatures above average although we are starting out with patchy fog and some cool temperatures early on this morning in the 30s and 40s.
. >>> we are likely to hear rising warnings in the next two weeks about government services going away. so far president obama and congressional republicans have not made any progress on heading off $85 billion in budget cuts. they would take effect automatically on march 1st. the administration says without a deal, we could see less secure u.s. embassies and furloughed air traffic controllers. >>> the national transportation safety board along with the coast guard and the bahamas maritime authority are all investigating the cause of that fire on that cruise ship, the carnival triumph. the fire in the engine room last sunday left the ship powerless. 4,000 people were subjected to five awful days of spoiled food and raw sewage. sewage, flooding cabins. the ship finally docked in alabama late thursday night and the first lawsuit has already been filed. >>> the challenges of adjusting to college life for first-year students. the myth and reality of the freshman 15 coming up next. >>> and why northern california's latest tree sitter is perching herse
saying yesterday's attacks came in revenge for alleged criminal acts by the shiite-led government against sunnis in the iraqi capital. the car bombs that exploded within minutes in outdoor than 100 people. the attacks came amid rising sectarian discord in the country and appeared aimed at shaking the iraqis' confidence in the shiite-led government. >> the cleanup continues in russia after a meteor strike last week. that explosion happened friday in the ural mountains. it was equivalent to several atomic bombs and caused about 33 million dollars in damage. 12-hundred people were injured. crews are working in the cold weather to cover windows and gather clothes and food. thought to >> good morning. we could get a piece it about. one half inch or more of rainfall at the higher elevations. 46 degrees in san carlos. the afternoon highs will be nicer with the upper 50s. richmond, 55 degrees 57 degrees in concord, oakland and as we take a look at the satellite and radar this is going to bring light rainfall. and futurecast walking you through the time being. 6:00 a.m., many people of the roads.
governments have in banning pot dispensaries even though voters said medical marijuana is legal. peter, what's at the heart of that argument? >> there's two narratives to follow. one is a specific narrative. this narrative, the supreme court seems predisposed to uphold the right of local cities and counties to ban medical marijuana dispensaries. the larger narrative is the vagueness of california's medical marijuana laws. even though we were the pioneering state for legalizing medical marijuana. and basically we were at the point now where we have a $1 billion industry that hangs on the thread of language, which essentially says that qualified marijuana patients can collectively or cooperatively cultivate marijuana for medical purposes. that's it. it doesn't say anything about distribution. it doesn't say anything about transactions of money. it doesn't say anything about stores or storefronts. so california just has not put rules in place. another state like colorado has. it's getting less federal intervention that we're facing right now. there's a lot of issues being raised that come out o
don't behave. the transit agency's governing board implementing a new law allowing the agency to ban riders who commit certain offenses. it includes anything from defacing property and urinating in public to fighting with other passengers. now, these bans can last from 30 days to one year depending on the severity of the offense. b.a.r.t. citizen review board will hold a meeting tonight in oakland to discuss those changes which are expected to go into effect in may. >>> san francisco police will decide soon whether it will arm its officers with stun guns. the police commission is holding the last of a series of public meetings on the use of the nonlethal device. it will be held tonight at 6:00 at the bay view opera house. commission members will then decide whether to recommend the plan to the city ops board of supervisor. last december a safety committee delayed action after receiving negative response from the community at a hearing. >>> the los gatos city council reconvening tonight to discuss things about a gun sale in town. hundreds of people gathering last monday night talking
government. abc7 news political reporter mark matthews has the highlights. mark? >> i know you noticed the president gave apple a plug for bringing jobs home to the united states. he talked about growing the economy. president obama began his state of the union saying the housing market is rebounding and the stock market is up. >> we can say with renewed confidence that the state of >> he said corporate profits have sky rockets and rates barely budged, and now is a time for tax reform. >> to incentive jobs overseas and businesses and manufacturers creating jobs right here in the united states of america. that's what tax reform can deliver. that's what we can do together. >> he asked congress to pass legislation allowing homeowners to refinance and make high quality preschool available. he got a standing ovation when he pushed congress to take up immigration reform 6789 -- reform. >> the time has come to pass comprehensive immigration reform. now is the time to do it. now is the time to get it done. >> he also called on lawmakers to raise the minimum wage to $9 an hour. >> let's tie the
of the union address. he said there will be a push back against big government. abc7 news political reporter mark matthews has the highlights. mark? >> i know you noticed the president gave apple a plug for bringing jobs home to the united states. he talked about growing the economy. president obama began his state of the union saying the housing market is rebounding and the stock market is up. >> we can say with renewed confidence that the state of >> he said corporate profits have sky rockets and rates barely budged, and now is a time for tax reform. >> to incentive jobs overseas and businesses and manufacturers creating jobs right here in the united states of america. that's what tax reform can deliver. that's what we can do together. >> he asked congress to pass legislation allowing homeowners to refinance and make high quality preschool available. he got a standing ovation when he pushed congress to take up immigration reform 6789 -- reform. >> the time has come to pass comprehensive immigration reform. now is the time to do it. now is the time to get it done. >> he also called on lawma
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